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Hi everyone, If you are looking to practice your foreign language skills by talking to native speakers, go ahead and give https://www.justlearn.com/dashboard a try! There are a lot of amazing native tutors out there and you even have the possibility to book a trial lesson to see how you like it On https://www.justlearn.com/blog you can also find a lot of tips and tricks that might be beneficial for your learning journey. Let me know your thoughts and good luck!
Hello friends who are willing to learn Rissian and Portuguese! We're Nika from Russia and Frederico from Portugal! I hope our videos will not only make you smile, but you'll learn something new and improve your language skills! We have subtitules in 3 languages!) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4lIcrnMaWXEOdL4dXsYELw Keep learning!
Hi, I am trying the lean startup method I am a software developer that likes to create a useful program for learning languages. The idea is that a Native speaker will create a thread on some topic that is interesting for him and write a short story, let's say in English. Other students that are learning English will join the discussion and speak with him on a given topic. Will this kind of learning be interesting? What do you think? Would you give a try to this website/mobile app if it would exist? For native speakers it can be something like freelance, so they will earn some money or get some cookies... Thank you in advance for your opinion! King regards, Anton
I wonder if native speakers can really feel the beauty of their own language. Can they be objective when they discuss its grammar and vocabulary? Are they the best judges for what's "the best" and '"the worst" in their culture? I'm a native Russian speaker and I've met people who really enjoyed studying Russian. But I could never really understand them. I cannot look at my native language from the point of view of someone who's only just discovering it. Also, when it comes to giving advice about the cultural bits, my point of view will be heavily influenced by what I've learnt while growing up, by what's acceptable or not in Russian society, by my political views etc. Now that I live in Poland, I feel the same "cloud" covering my eyes when it comes to Polish. I remember how it looked to me when it was still "foreign" and how now I take it for granted. I'm no longer a very good judge of just how difficult or easy a certain grammar issue may be. What's your opinion about native vs non-native speakers? Who is more objective? Who's more likely to give you good insights and recommendations?